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November 1, 1745 Rev. Bartholomew Zouberbuhler is appointed the minister of Established Church
November 1, 1765 Official date the Stamp Act was to go into effect
  Stamp Act
November 1, 1783 Creek Indians agree to a land cession of lands in northeast Georgia, claimed by both the Creek and Cherokee Indians
  Creek Indians
  Johnson County, Georgia
  Washington County, Georgia
November 1, 1788 Samuel Elbert dies, Savannah, Georgia
  Savannah, Georgia births and deaths
  Samuel Elbert
November 1, 1815 Crawford Long born, Danielsville (Madison County), Georgia
  Madison County, Georgia
November 1, 1823 Jeremiah Griffin invents the stamp mill, a method for crushing rock, from which gold is then extracted
November 1, 1862 John Gordon commissioned Brigadier General, CSA
  Civil War - 1862
  John Brown Gordon
November 1, 1875 Earthquake on the South Carolina/Georgia state line felt in Atlanta and Macon
  City of Macon, Georgia
  Earthquakes that have struck Georgia
November 1, 1928 National Weather Service establishes an office at the Atlanta Airport
  National Weather Service
November 1, 1936 Fire destroys the Troup County Courthouse
  Troup County, Georgia
November 1, 1941 CAA takes over the control tower at Atlanta Airport (Now Hartsfield International Airport)
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
November 1, 1955 James Brown and the Famous Flames record Please, Please, Please at WIBB in Macon
  City of Macon, Georgia
  James Brown
November 1, 1959 Ray Charles ends his eight-year association with Atlantic Records for ABC-Paramount. Thet offered him the eventual ownership of his master recordings.
  Ray Charles
November 1, 1965 C. E. Woolman named Chairman of Delta Air Lines
  Delta Air Lines
November 1, 1980 Aaron Jackson, 9, reported missing. His body is found the following day, dead from asphyxiation
  Atlanta Child Murders
November 1, 1986 First Union completes the acquisition of First Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia, Augusta
  Wachovia and First Union Banks
November 1, 1989 Coca-Cola sells Columbia Pictures to Sony
  Coca-Cola
November 1, 2002 Georgia's "Black Widow," Lynn Turner, is indicted on charges she killed her husband Glenn, a Cobb County police officer, in 1995
  Lynn Turner
  Cobb County, Georgia
November 1, 2003 In the bloodiest day ever recorded, 26 teenagers died in traffic accidents in the United States (normal is 10). At 8:46 p.m. on SR 60 near Gainesville, Georgia, Ryan David Wagner, 19, of Gainesville died when the 1992 Honda Accord he was riding in, driven by James Lee Thigpen, ran off a road, down an embankment and rolled over before hitting a tree.
November 1, 2004 U. S. Supreme Court rejects the appeal of Michael Perez and Benjamin Hodges.
  Woman assaulted in apartment of 3 UWG baseball players
November 1, 2011 Dan Roberts, 67, Frederick Thomas, 73, Samuel Crump, 68, and Ray Adams, 65 are arrested in Toccoa, Georgia for plotting to kill government employees using bombs and ricin.
  Stephens County, Georgia
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